There are 31 beautiful full colour illustrations, one for each page of text. Sparky's adventure begins with sepia illustrations when she is in the city and then unfolds into full colour when she reaches 'The Magic Garden.' This charming story reveals the importance of being vigilant when determining the truth. It also highlights the magic of nature and the powerful character of what may seem to be just, 'A very ordinary black household cat.' Reviews: "A book that is a collector's item." – Susie Finch, New Shopper Newspaper Bromley. "Just purr-fect." – Cambridge Evening News. "'Sparky and the Magic Garden' is a beautifully produced book with lovely illustrations and an enchanting story." – Jeremy Craddock, The Westmorland Gazette. “This is a lovely story about a real life cat, with the same looks and name as my own childhood cat! The pictures are really special, and I think will appeal to most children. According to the website there is a new book coming out soon.” – Philippa, Amazon.co.uk “Excellent reading. After reading the author's Book of Hours (1 & 2) I was hooked. This book is creative, imaginative and most enjoyable. My children love them and can't get enough of them at story time. A must especially if you want to keep the kids entertained, and yourself for that matter. Cannot wait to buy Sparky and the outlandish prawn.” Eren Ali – Waterstones Book Reviews.